Each week, USCHO.com will pick the top 10 moments from the past weekend in our Monday 10 feature (photo: Jim Rosvold).
Source: The Monday 10: Weekend upsets, streaks snapped, Sun Devils sweep Boston College | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Depending how you look at it, the 2018-19 season has been one of extremes for Canisius, but also one of consistency (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
Source: Canisius looking to springboard from pair of nonconference weekends against ranked teams | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Coming off a disastrous home-and-home series against Penn State, it was time for RMU hit the reset button and prepare for another Pennsylvania rival in Mercyhurst (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: After disappointing series with Penn State, Robert Morris flips the script against Mercyhurst | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Sweeps are rare in Atlantic Hockey. So far this season, out of 19 two-game conference series, just four have resulted in a team taking all four points. Two of those sweeps belong to Air Force (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: Despite slew of injuries, Air Force keeps flying ‘playing good, tough hockey’ | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Last Saturday, in just their fourth period of the new season, the Rochester Institute of Technology was already facing a pivotal moment (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: RIT opens Wilson’s 20th season with road split, comes home to face Colgate in annual Brick City game | College Hockey | USCHO.com
We’re just 15 games into Atlantic Hockey league play, and all but two teams already have at least one loss (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: After taking seven points over two weekends, Army West Point off to promising start | College Hockey | USCHO.com
It’s clear that Bruce Haas is a big college hockey fan. His new book, Great Game! D1 College Hockey: People, Places, Perspectives (Beaver’s Pond Press), is a love letter to the game, a book by a fan, for fans.
Source: Book review: ‘Great Game’ shows author Bruce Haas a passionate college hockey fan | College Hockey | USCHO.com
The Bulldogs won all four of their NCAA tournament games by one goal, including the last three by 2-1 scores.
Source: Sticking to the formula delivers a championship to Minnesota Duluth | College Hockey | USCHO.com
Jake Evans’ goal with 5.2 seconds left broke a 3-3 tie and lifted the Fighting Irish to a 4-3 win over Michigan and a spot in Saturday’s national championship game.
Source: Breaking down the last-minute goal that sent Notre Dame into the title game | Frozen Four Blog | USCHO.com College Hockey
It might be a stretch to consider a sophomore a grizzled veteran, but Minnesota Duluth defenseman Nick Wolff fits the bill.
Source: Just a sophomore, Wolff offers experience for a young Minnesota Duluth defensive corps | College Hockey | USCHO.com
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — As is often the case in playoff hockey, getting the first goal is key. That’s been especially true for Canisius this season. The Golden Griffins came into the Atlantic Hockey semifinals against defending champions Air Force with a 17-1-1 record when getting the first goal, but just 2-15-2 when not
Source: Christopoulos, Air Force blank Canisius 3-0 in AHC semifinal | USCHO.com College Hockey Game Recaps
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The official attendance for the first semifinal of the Atlantic Hockey tournament was announced to be 463, and that was generous. Only around 100 people in Blue Cross Arena, which seats 10,600, for the opening face-off between Robert Morris and Mercyhurst. Rochester has hosted the championships
Source: Will we see future Atlantic Hockey championships on campus? | USCHO.com | Atlantic Hockey Blog
It’s quarterfinals time in Atlantic Hockey and you can throw out the records at this point of the season — it’s all about who’s playing the best hockey when it matters most (photo: Omar Phillips).
Source: This Week in Atlantic Hockey: Is there a definite favorite to hoist the Riley Cup? USCHO.com
Down to the wire The 2017-18 Atlantic Hockey regular season is in the books. It was the closest race in league history, and when the dust had settled, Mercyhurst claimed its second regular season title and first since 2014. Picked to finish eighth by the coaches at the start of the season, the Lakers were
Source: Three Things: Down to the wire – USCHO.com Blogs :: Atlantic Hockey Blog
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — It easy to say that the Mercyhurst Lakers exceeded expectations this season, but not those of Lakers coach Rick Gotkin. “The coaches picked us to finish eighth, and the media picked us seventh,” said Gotkin. “And maybe deservedly so, but we felt like we had a good team, a mature team, and
Source: Duszak goal in third clinches Atlantic Hockey crown for Mercyhurst in 4-3 over RIT – USCHO.com College Hockey Game Recaps